Let's Dapr-ize these microservices!

 
English Intermediate Containers

Moving to a microservices architecture brings a lot of complexity. Things like state management, service discovery and resilient service communication become very important and need to be implemented properly when building distributed systems. Dapr is a new portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for enterprise developers to build resilient microservices applications, by providing best practice implementations as building blocks that you can use in your distributed applications. In this session, we will explore the basics of Dapr, what benefits it brings and how to get started using it. Alongside that, we are going to see how you can utilize the powers of multiple languages that work hand in hand to get the job done.

Speaker

Radoslav Gatev

Software Architect, Consultant & Trainer | Microsoft Azure MVP

Radoslav Gatev is a software architect, consultant and trainer who spends most of his time in the cloud. He is awarded Microsoft Azure MVP. He is a conference speaker, blogger, open source contributor and advisor at Azure Research Panel.

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